Sounding like a quirky Boards of Canada, Edinburgh quartet 7VWWVW make music "using synthesisers from the misty past".
A Band Called Quinn
Theatrical Glaswegians A Band Called Quinn share a love of intergalactic electronic sounds and flopping around to indie music.
Falkirk native Adam Stafford has moved on from his Y'All is Fantasy Island days with an accomplished debut album. He tells Stuart Lewis about going solo...
The number of bands throwing off their natural threads in favour of a chequered shirt and grabbing the nearest ukulele has shot up in the post-Frightened Rabbit folksy explosion. Sometimes, though, it would be wrong to judge a sheep by its be-flan...
Having settled in both Edinburgh and Glasgow, and travelled the world plying his trade, Akira Kiteshi, aka Tommy Forrest, is well placed to relate the Scottish electronica landscape to a wider stage.
An inventive cover version or two has helped her cause, but Aberdeen-based Amber Wilson is a songwriter to watch in her own right, says Stevie Kearney
Sound of sirens: Fife six-piece Ambulances are winning over some very influential fans with their understated indie-folk.
Claude Speed, founding member of American Men, tells Radar why he's ready to write the next chapter in the LuckyMe history book with their unique brand of futuristic post-rock - or Miami Lazer Rock to those in the know.
Any Color Black
The music of Glasgow's Any Color Black is synonymous with a properly debauched night out - a distorted yet focussed musical vision that combines throbbing electro-bass and frenetic guitars.
Glasgow band Astral Planes are the latest band to make use of the girl-boy dynamic to its full effect - or maybe that should be 'transatlantic dynamic'.